Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus

What is Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus?

Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus is another deceptive form of the Ukash family ransomware infections, and if you have already dealt With FBI Moneypak or Metropolitan Police Viruses, you will be very well aware that there is no need for you to trust this cunning scam. Just like previously reported malware, this cunning virus can enter your PC through an uncountable number of security loopholes and cracks, including infected spam email attachments and bundled downloads. Once the cunning application is through this barricade, it can then slither into your system’s registry, modify values, add and delete products just to allow the deceptive application to take full control of your system. Until you delete Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus, you computer will be inaccessible to you and if you want the lock-down of your system removed, follow our tips and guidance below.test

Plentiful of infections using the legitimate name of Ukash have already tricked thousands of computer users, and the reason why this virus is so successful is the usage of legitimate names and logos on the fake message that “locks” your system. See this message:

Police Cybercrime Investigation Department
Attention! Your PC is blocked due to at least one of the reasons specified below.
You have been violating Copyright and Related Rights Law (Video, Music, Software) and illegally using or distributing copyrighted content, thus infringing Article 128 of the Criminal Code of Canada.
Article 128 of the Criminal Code provides for a fine of two to five hundred minimal wages or a deprivation of liberty for two to eight years.
You have been viewing or distributing prohibited Pornographic content (Child Porn/Zoofilia and etc.) Thus violating article 202 of the Criminal Code provides for a deprivation of liberty for four to twelve years.

It might seem that this fake message has been sent by the Canadian Cybercrime Investigation Department; however, there is no need for you to think that reputable authorities would ever approach you, and crime in general, with such drastic measures. In reality, officers taking care of alleged copyright infringement incidents have different ways to track and punish violators; therefore, it is clear that Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus is fake and needs to be removed from your system.

You might face serious troubles having Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus removed because of the obvious inability to access the desktop and launch tools to convey manual removal processes or install legal security software to help you out. Luckily, the virus does not disable the Safe Mode with Networking feature, which you can access by pressing F8 after rebooting. This will allow the installation of automated removal software that will delete Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus straight out of your personal computer.

The guidance below will help you to restore your system’s functionality and download malware removal tools.

If you are operating on Windows 7:

1. Reboot your operating system into Safe Mode with Networking.
2. Launch a browser and download automatic removal tools.
3. Without wasting any more time, install acquired threat detection and removal tools.

If you are operating on Windows XP:

1. Follow the steps 1 and 2 from the previous instructions.
2. Go to Start and launch Run.
3. Enter “msconfig”, which will launch System Configuration Utility.
4. Select Startup and Disable All checked programs.
5. Restart the Windows normally and install automatic removal tools (e.g. SpyHunter)

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